The Great Indian Escapes! Top places to visit in India for long Vacations and Road Trips
Posted by Avis on July 23, 2019|
If monotony is dominating your life and worry
about work is killing your travel bug then get away for a while. There is
nothing that a long vacation can’t fix, and we’re not even exaggerating.
Research suggests that long vacations boost your
well-being, relieve stress, and help you recharge.
So take a break from your mundane life & indulge in a traveling experience like never before. Soak up in the divine beauty of the Himalayas or witness the ultimate hospitality of Rajasthan, the choice is yours.
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Traveling in snowy peaks of the Himalayas on the highest motor road is like a holy grail for road lovers & Leh Ladakh is Mecca for travel enthusiasts. It exists in the bucket list of every travel enthusiast and the most iconic trip for which everyone strives. The key attraction includes Dal lake, Drass war memorial, Suru basin, Mall road, Rohtang pass, Manali sanctuary, etc. You can also find tonnes of information about hotels & car rentals available on the internet for better planning & travel itinerary as it is the most sought after destination.
You can get a vehicle via car rental in Chennai & start with breathtaking views of the east coast road and the pristine coastal town of Mahabalipuram and come to an end at Nilgiri Hills. This trip along the coast of Bay of Bengal offers stunning views and sightseeing options to keep you engaged and enthralled throughout the journey. Driving along the east coast as you get close to the Pamban Bridge on the sea is just amazing. The en-route destinations and sights are famous for their amazing beauty and unique experience in this circuit.
Most travelers visit India to experience the culture of Rajasthan tourism and witness the world-renowned hospitality of Rajput heartland. It deserves special attention due to its magnificent historic architecture, archaic Forts, Havelis, and museums. Unique blends of blooming mustard fields and completely empty spaces, the highway that leads to Ranthambore from the Pink City is as scenic as you want it to be. Udaipur and Jaisalmer are some of the top places to visit in India for road trips & highlights of this journey and ending it with a jungle safari is a perfect way to end the extraordinary journey.
Delhi to Himachal Pradesh (The Himalayas Road Trip)
On this exhilarating trip, you get to start with bungee jumping & river rafting at Rishikesh. The road conditions are not so great but the view will surely feed your thirst for adventure. The journey, which gets cooler with every destination you reach, is perfect for those who love serene valleys and snow-covered mountains. On the journey, you will be able to experience thrilling activities like trekking, paragliding, skiing or rafting. Sacred temples like Tapeshwar Mahadev temple Robbers Cave & Buddha temple are some of the famous tourist spots on the route.
Delhi to Valley Of Flowers (The God’s Valley Road Trip)
This journey is one of the best experience you can have in life itself. It provides a total package of a road trip, trekking, sightseeing and camping in the wild. The trip is all about immersing yourself in nature, hills and great weather, making it perfect for travel enthusiasts & photographers. With the rare Himalayan aura, the Valley of Flowers is a nature’s gem, tucked in the West Himalayan region of Uttarakhand. The trek goes through dense forests, along with Pushpawati river and can be reached by crossing many bridges, glaciers and waterfalls on the way.
Itinerary:Delhi – Jim Corbett National Park
– Chopta – Valley Of Flowers – Kausani – Ranikhet
Now that you’ve known about all of these top places to visit in India, tell us what road trip would you take with Avis flex In the comment section below.